Are Brooklynites feelin’ the Bern? Backing Biden? Working for Warren? Our reporters fanned out to the borough’s many debate-watch parties to read the rooms. By the staff of The Brooklyn Ink For the first time in the 2020 election cycle, the ten leading Democratic candidates for president shared the same stage, debating issues like healthcare, […]
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